The following positions are immediately available. Please contact the name listed in each ad for more information.
Wanted: Student Research Assistants (in class project): Students interested in participating in a research project studying city street names are encouraged to enroll in PM3250 - The Principles and Practice of Urban Planning. Photography, layout and design skills will be useful but not required. Open to ALL majors. For additional information please contact Dr. Becky Starnes (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wanted: Crouch Collection Curatorial Assistant: The Crouch Collection Curatorial Coordinator will report to the Gallery Director and provide key project and administrative support for the administration, care, and cataloguing of the recently acquired Crouch Collection of American Folk Art. Duties will include, but not be limited to: coordinating events; supporting the registration and cataloguing of art collection items; developing collection website; photographing objects of art; and assisting in the curation and installation of an exhibition of this incredible collection in early 2013.The ideal candidate is a hard-working, creative, and detail-oriented self-starter with the ability to learn on his/her feet. The position pays $1000 for 120 hours to be completed over 4 months. Application: Applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to Prof. Paul Collins, email@example.com or #7790. Interested applicants are free to stop by the art department with any questions about the position. Position is open until filled. No experience in art required.
Wanted: LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY. Junior, Senior, or Graduate level students from ALL AREAS to serve on the start-up of the APSU STUDENT CHAPTER OF THE UNITED WAY. There are a number of openings for students to be officers of the board, including President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, VP of Programming etc. This is a great opportunity to get in on the initial start-up, contributing to your community as you build your leadership skills and your resume. For more information, contact Professor Mark DeYoung at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wanted: ART, ALLIED HEALTH, OR MILITARY SCIENCE MAJOR who would like to create a project based on military injury. The goals of the project are to contact and create relationships with injured soldiers; create a profile of the soldier; obtain medical images of the injury; create an exhibition on campus that profiles the soldier and the injury. It will showcase their sacrifices in a humane way while allowing the campus to show grattitude. For more information, contact Jennifer Thompson at email@example.com
Wanted:LEADERSHIP OPPORTUNITY. Junior or Senior level SOCIAL SCIENCE OR ARTS AND HUMANITIES MAJOR OR MINOR for assistance in researching grant documentation for a Service Learning project. The student would work closely with a faculty mentor in preparing information to be used by the Tennessee Emergency Communication Association, and would be able to earn one upper-division credit hour as a COMM practicum. For more information, contact Dr. Hicks-Goldston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wanted: REHEARSAL ASSISTANT NEEDED. Must be Junior or Senior level DANCE MINOR with significant experience in choreography and running rehearsals. A minimum of three hours per week working in the studio during rehearsals is required as well as a weekly meeting with faculty choreographer. Course credit is available. Contact Marcus Hayes at email@example.com
Wanted: Bright, energetic, dedicated students to volunteer to work on various items with the BAT PROJECT including cave surveys, mist netting of bats, banding bats, acoustic monitoring of bats, etc. Please visit our Bat Project Web site and contact Dr. Andrew Barrass at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Wanted: EDUCATION MAJOR, Senior or Graduate level, interested in critical thinking and problem-based learning. Contact Dr. Benita Bruster at email@example.com
Wanted: An undergraduate RESEARCH TECHNICIAN interested in tree-ring analysis (dendrochronology) to work in the BETR Laboratory in the Department of GEOSCIENCES. No prior experience is required, and students with all levels of education are encouraged to inquire. The motivated student will become trained in dendrochronological methods and must be willing to work in the field as well as in laboratory situations. Field duties could include periods of travel (typically on weekends and during the summers), obtaining samples, and navigating across varying terrain. Laboratory duties will include the preparation and analysis of tree cores and cross-sections. If you’re interested please contact Dr. Christopher Gentry (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.